There is no supported way to do this. OWA uses the IE language settings to decide which language to display. Remember that OWA is a web application and goes off of browser settings just like most every other web site out there. During the intial log-in to OWA you can set the language to use in OWA. You can also override the language setting once logged-into OWA. However, there is no supported way of forcing Englishe or any other language to be a speicific language other than to change IE (or other browser) language settings.
Below is an unsupported work-around for this issue. Such code would be not supported or advised to use with OWA – so its a “use at your own risk” deal. While there is support for writing ISAPI extensions and filters, there is no developer support for getting such a filter to work with OWA traffic. ISAPI filters/extensions are notorious for messing-up OWA. If such a filter were to be used and you need to call in for support, you may be asked to remove such a filter for troubleshooting.
How to hard code the language of OWA interface
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